EU nationals should be subject to the same rules as migrants from the rest of the world after free movement ceases to apply in the UK post-Brexit, the Cabinet has reportedly agreed.
Portraits of the first black graduates of Cambridge University will feature alongside those of fellow alumni, Westworld star Thandie Newton and shadow home secretary Diane Abbott, in a display created by current students.
One of the year’s biggest sporting events starts on Friday when Europe take on the United States to try and reclaim the Ryder Cup.
The co-founders of Instagram are resigning their positions with the social media company without explanation.
A white Dallas police officer who fatally shot her black neighbour inside his own apartment has been fired.
Bank scammers, an Alzheimer’s “breakthrough” and Brexit all feature on the front pages on Tuesday.
An Indian and an Irish sailor rescued from damaged sailboats in the remote southern Indian Ocean will reach an island on Tuesday and undergo medical assessments, an official said.
Arlene Foster will give evidence on Tuesday to a public inquiry into Northern Ireland’s botched green energy scheme.
Children will be banned from cycling to a south London secondary school unless they display number plates on their bikes.
The Duchess of Sussex will carry out her first solo royal engagement when she attends the opening of a major art exhibition.